Twice in a Lifetime: Season 1, Episode 4

Ashes to Ashes (15 Sep. 1999)

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A woman must convince her younger self to stop smoking.

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Episode credited cast:
Gordie Brown ...
Mr. Jones
Al Waxman ...
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Dana Hancock / Ann Rutherford
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Bruce Bennett
Ardon Bess ...
Dr. Harold Roth
Jim Codrington ...
Coach Cronin
Erica Fairfield ...
Suzy (as Erica Lancaster)
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Ben
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Lauren
Linda Griffiths ...
Margie
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Young Dana Hancock
Balázs Koós ...
Adam
Serena Lee ...
Tracy
Graham Losee ...
David
Christiane MacKenzie ...
Carly
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A heavy smoker for thirty years, television news anchor Dana Hancock was dying of lung cancer. She continued to smoke even after her original diagnosis, the cancer from which went into remission before returning. She started smoking at age 15 to attract Bruce Bennett, the high school heartthrob. Even before Othniel, she admits that she enjoyed smoking, the reason she didn't quit even after her diagnosis and despite the known health risks. She also admits that she would do anything to not have started smoking in the first place. Othniel sends her back as Ann Rutherford, Dana's high school guidance counselor. Convincing a teenager who has a sense of invincibility not to smoke will be a tall order for Miss Rutherford. But as Miss Rutherford, Dana learns of some previously unknown-to-her family history that could stop her younger self from continuing to smoke. Written by Huggo

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The title refers to the phrase "Ashes to ashes, dust to dust", from the Anglican burial service, used sometimes to denote total finality. See more »

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References New American Bandstand 1965 (1952) See more »

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